How King Kong First Fought Godzilla – ScreenHub Entertainment

The upcoming action epic Godzilla vs. Kong is one of the most anticipated movies of the year. The fourth entry in the Legendary Monsterverse pits the two cinematic legends against each other in what promises to be a worldwide brawl, but this isn’t the first time Godzilla and King Kong have butted heads. The rich histories of both icons have crossed paths before, resulting in … Continue reading How King Kong First Fought Godzilla – ScreenHub Entertainment

Beginner Film Theory: What to Expect from a Community Movie – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since its re-release on Netflix, the cult sitcom Community has found a second life, recapturing old fans, bringing in new ones, and reviving the old discussion of just when will we get a Community movie? Early on in the show’s run, meta shaman Abed Nadir states that the ideal length for any television series is six seasons and a movie. The final episode of Community … Continue reading Beginner Film Theory: What to Expect from a Community Movie – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Tragedy of Jason Voorhees – ScreenHub Entertainment

Even the most charitable opinions of the Friday the 13th series write it off as an enjoyable camp with little substance. I don’t fault the series for this as Friday the 13th never aspired to be anything more than straightforward genre fun. In many ways, it has already exceeded that goal, still going strong after 40 years even with its relatively simple formula. I’m a … Continue reading The Tragedy of Jason Voorhees – ScreenHub Entertainment

No Maniac, No Problem: Why ‘Halloween III’ Is Great – ScreenHub Entertainment

1982 saw the release of one of the most reviled films of its time, the highly anticipated third entry in John Carpenter’s Halloween series. Halloween III: Season of the Witch had nothing to do with series’ villain, Michael Myers, and left audiences feeling betrayed and tricked. Is Halloween III really a bad movie, or could it have been a new beginning for a series that … Continue reading No Maniac, No Problem: Why ‘Halloween III’ Is Great – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Silence of the Lambs’ In The Trans-Liberation Era – ScreenHub Entertainment

When someone calls a piece of art that influenced us into question, our natural instinct is to defend it. I know that’s how I felt when I first heard about the criticism of The Silence of the Lambs. The accusations of transphobia didn’t make much sense to me, and since the film was one of the most influential movies of my younger years, I felt … Continue reading ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ In The Trans-Liberation Era – ScreenHub Entertainment

10 Classics to Revisit on Disney + – ScreenHub Entertainment

Many people, myself included, were skeptical of the new Disney+ streaming service when it was first announced, but that was before seeing the extensive library. Disney as a studio never shied from experimentation, crafting films that were beloved, imaginative, and sometimes overlooked. With the arrival of Disney+, many of these films now have a new lease on life, finding their ways into the homes of … Continue reading 10 Classics to Revisit on Disney + – ScreenHub Entertainment

Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Invisible Man has proven yet another success for Blumhouse, bringing H. G. Wells’ classic novel to the screen with a fresh new take, and also tackling the timely issue of abusive relationships. One of the most uniquely unsettling aspects of The Invisible Man is how it tackles the subject of abuse, something that, apart from the central premise, it does with shocking realism. For … Continue reading Suffering Unseen: How ‘The Invisible Man’ Tackles Abuse – ScreenHub Entertainment

How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

The recent adaptation of H. G. Wells’ The Invisible Man has proven an unexpected treat. Brought to vivid life by the horror maestros at Blumhouse, this latest screen version of the seminal novel differs vastly from previous iterations from the story, allowing it to inject some new life into one of Universal Studios’ most impressive and long-lasting monsters. Leigh Whannell’s adaptation is a superb exercise … Continue reading How ‘Invisible Man’ Differs from Past Adaptations – ScreenHub Entertainment

When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment

In a world of celebrities and superstars, it might be hard to think there are any unsung heroes in Hollywood. Believe it or not, one of those unsung heroes happens to be one of the most recognizable faces in horror. In the original Halloween, notorious spree killer Michael Myers was brought to life by an actor named Nick Castle. Castle’s portrayal of The Shape permanently … Continue reading When He Wasn’t Michael Myers, Nick Castle Made Our Childhoods Awesome – ScreenHub Entertainment